Bourdieu paradigm: The origins and evolution of an intellectual social project
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Author(s): Derek Robbins
The book discusses relations between philosophy and empirical social sciences through detailed analyses of the work of Schutz, Gurwitsch and Merleau-Ponty, and then explores the development of Bourdieu's sociological reflexivity as his attempt to reconcile this intellectualist legacy with social research and political action.
Collection: GPS-Research methods: general,